Lawmakers grilled four government contractors Thursday morning on the glitches and delays.  "Months would be nice," said Andrew Slavitt, executive vice president at Quality Software Services Inc., owned by United Health Group, in response to questioning about how much time should be set aside for integrated testing of projects like this one. Cheryl Campbell, senior vice president at CGI Group Inc., agreed with Slavitt's answer about timing but confirmed that integrated testing happened "the last two weeks of September."

Campell, representing her company that is the main contractor for the health exchanges, told lawmakers today it did nothing wrong and blamed the the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for website flaws hobbling online registration.

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